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[roll cold out of the open] Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning -

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[IN Q=I'm Drew Levinson]

((DREW LEVINSON/REPORTING; I'M DREW LEVINSON IN FORT CHARLOTTE FLORIDA. TODAY IS CLEANUP DAY. HURRICANE CHARLEY ROARED THROUGH THIS AREA YESTERDAY. THAT STORY IS COMING UP.))
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[Charley]


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After wreaking havoc in Florida, Hurricane Charley is now headed to South Carolina.
The state's governor has asked residents evacuate the coastal areas.
Charley is no longer considered a category four Hurricane --but he's still expected to pack winds of 85 miles per hour.
For the latest on Charley -we know head to Drew Levinson -- who joins us from Port Charlotte, Florida --one of the areas that was in the path of the hurricane.
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((AS CHARLEY TRACKS NORTH TOWARD GEORGIA AND THE CAROLINAS....FORECASTERS ARE WARNING THE PEOPLE AND PLACES IN ITS PATH TO REMAIN ON ALERT.
THE STORM HAS WEAKENED BUT IS STILL PACKING HURRICANE FORCE WINDS THAT THREATEN LIFE AND PROPERTY.

(NATZ LADY CRYING)


THE RESIDENTS OF PORT CHARLOTTE AND PUNTA GORDA ON FLORIDA'S WEST COAST KNOW THAT ALL TOO WELL.

SOT: MOS, NO NAME AVAILABLE

"WE LOST EVERYTHING, GO LOOK IN THE HOUSE. THERE'S NOTHING LEFT."

(LEVINSON STANDUP BRIDGE)

DAMAGE ESTIMATES WILL BE MEASURED IN THE MILLIONS HERE IN PORT CHARLOTTE AFTER HURRICANE CHARLEY ROARED THROUGH HERE FRIDAY AFTERNOON.

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WITH WINDS TOPPING 145 MILES PER HOUR....CHARLEY WAS A CATEGORY 4 HURRICANE WHEN IT MADE LANDFALL...AND MANY KNOW THEY ARE FORTUNATE TO HAVE SURVIVED.

SOT: DAVID CANTANUCCI/PUNTA GORDA RESIDENT

"IT WAS A RELIEF, YOU WERE ALIVE. YOU WERE SCARED, WITHOUT A DOUBT. MOTHER NATURE IS TOUGH."

(LOCATOR: PORT CHARLOTTE)



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WITH TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ALL OVER...IT COULD TAKE DAYS BEFORE POWER IS FULLY RESTORED ALONG THE GULF COAST.
IN ARCADIA...THE ROOF WAS BLOWN OFF A CIVIC CENTER BEING USED AS A SHELTER FOR A THOUSAND PEOPLE...LUCKILY ONLY ONE ERPSON WAS HURT.
WHILE RESIDENTS RETURN HOME AND BEGIN TO CLEANUP...MANY WILL GET HELP FROM THE U-S GOVERNMENT. SUPPLIES ARE ALREADY ON WAY...SOON TO BE FOLLOWED BY FEDERAL DISASTER RELIEF FUNDS. ))


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This weekend's weather could put a damper on your weekend plans.
A number of events are scheduled for today and many will take place outdoors.
As Justin McLeod discovered for many the show must go on.

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((((NAT SOUND OF CHEERING))
There were plenty of cheers Friday night at the Salem Avalanche Baseball game.
But come Saturday the ballpark may be silent.
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[IN Q=I'll be here]

((LEIGH BLOUNT/BASEBALL FAN: I'LL BE HERE. I DON'T THINK THE CROWD BE AS BIG BECAUSE I KNOW THE STORM IS COMING AND A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T LIKE TO GET WET.)) [Runs05]
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As a result, team leaders are fearing the worst.
That's because they're hoping Saturday's game will be a record breaker.
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[IN Q=We have a promotion]

((JAMIE TOOLE/AVALANCHE'S GENERAL MANAGER: WE HAVE A PROMOTION WE'VE PLANNED FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS IN REGARD TO BREAKING THE SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE MARK AT SALEM MEMORIAL STADIUM, THAT WOULD BE 8,380.)) [Runs07]
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Fans typically like to drink alcohol during a game.
They'll be plenty of that flowing at another event this weekend.
The 7th annual Microfestivus takes place Saturday afternoon at Elmwood Park in Roanoke.
[SOT 15:32:27]
[IN Q=This is the square's society]

((CHRISTIANA CRANWELL/CENTER IN THE SQUARE: THIS IS THE SQUARE'S SOCIETY BIGGEST FUNDRAISER. ANY PROFITS WE MAKE GO TO CENTER IN THE SQUARE.)) [Runs06]
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Those profits may be down this year if people stay home thanks to Charley.
Organizers however say the event will happen rain or shine.
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((CHRISTIANA CRANWELL: I WILL BE HERE AT TWO O'CLOCK WITH MY PONCHO AND MY UMBRELLA READY TO HAVE A GOOD TIME.)) [Runs05]
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((QUICK NAT SOUND OF FIDDLER'S CONVENTION))
Also be prepared if you're attending the Old Fiddler's Convention in Galax.
Organizers point out the covered grandstand can hold up to 45-hundred people.
But there are no such structures at FloydFest in Patrick County.
Rain damped the event two years ago and organizers say they're ready this time.
Many hope Charley will bypass this area entirely.
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((LEIGH BLOUNT: what's your message to charley if you could talk to him? GO AWAY [LAUGHS].)) [Runs04]
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: ORGANIZERS OF ALL THE EVENTS WE JUST MENTIONED SAY THEY'LL GO ON RAIN OR SHINE EXCEPT THE ONE AT SALEM MEMORIAL STADIUM. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))



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The Red Cross's mobile kitchen is packed and ready to respond.
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The driver of the "Spirit of America" was expected to head out to Florida or North Carolina last night.
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The "kitchen on wheels" can crank out 30-thousand meals a day when a disaster strikes.
It's based in Roanoke because of the area's access to interstates.
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More Virginians are buckling up and putting the brakes on the state's highway fatality rate.
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D-M-V officials say safety belt use in the state has hit an all-time high.
Nearly 80 percent of vehicle occupants are buckling up.
That is a ten percent increase from two years ago.
State officials say the rise in seat belt usage has helped lower the number of traffic-related deaths by five percent.
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((VINCENT BURGESS/DMV ASST. COMMISSIONER: WE KNOW THAT WEARING A SAFETY BELT IN A CRASH CAN INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF SURVIVAL AND REDUCE INJURY UP TO 70 PERCENT. I MEAN, THAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT. THE BOTTOM LINE IS WEAR YOUR BELT, YOU GET INTO A CRASH YOUR LIKELIHOOD OF SURVIVING THAT CRASH GO WAY UP. :24))
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Despite the record increase, Virginia's seat belt usage still lags about eight percentage points behind states which have primary seat belt laws.
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The Summer Olympics kicked off with a bang.
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Athens, Greece is hosting the games this year. Team USA made it's way into the stadium lead by the men's and women's basketball teams.
Security is tight at the Olympics. In fact, the U-S has sent more military and security personnel than it has athletes.
Officials say they hope to combine elements of ancient Greece with the 21st century games.
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The Nextel Cup drivers were NOT able to qualify at Watkins Glen yesterday.
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The skies dried out as the afternoon arrived, but water continued to seep onto the track surface. As a result they will start tomorrow's Sirius (Seer-US) at the Glen Nextel Cup race based on owner's points with Jimmie Johnson first and Ron Fellows last.
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[SUPER=0107-11. Kasey Kahne//12. Jeremy Mayfield//13. Dale Jarrett//14. Jamie McMurray//15. Mark Martin/;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Casey Mears//17. Rusty Wallace//18. Michael Waltrip//19. Sterling Marlin//20. Terry Labonte//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Greg Biffle//22. Brian Vickers//23. Robby Gordon//24. Jeff Burton//25. Joe Nemechek//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Scott Wimmer//27. Dave Blaney//28. Ward Burton//29. Ricky Rudd//30. Brendan Gaughan//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Scott Riggs//32. Ken Schrader//33. Kyle Petty//34. Ricky Craven//35. Jeff Green//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Todd Bodine//37. Tom Hubert//38. Jimmy Spencer//39. Larry Gunselman//40. Morgan Shepherd//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Hermie Sadler//42. Tony Ave//43. Ron Fellows//;]
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Get a make-over and help kids at the same time. Coming up, we'll show you what "lengths" the Children's Miracle Network is going to for kids. We'll
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and
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Don't fret if you can't make it to the beach - we'll show you how to bring the shore to your backyard in today's Decor and More.
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If you need a haircut --the Children's Miracle Network of hopes you'll get one tomorrow. The organization is kicking off its Back-to-School cut-a-thon. [change BAM GFX to CMN E591FS]
Here to tell us more about it -- is Erin Hildreth. *at the bottom of the screen you will see the participating 28salons [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
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[HOT CHANGE ALL SUPERS]
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[SUPER=04-Blacksburg: Eclipso Salon]
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[SUPER=04-Christiansburg: Cost Cutters Family Hair Care]
[SUPER=04-Christiansburg: Super Cuts]
[SUPER=04-Forest: Studio Style & Spa]
[SUPER=04-Lynchburg: Anthony & Co. Salon]
[SUPER=04-Lynchburg: Before & After Hair Design]
[SUPER=04-Lynchburg: Billy Shears on the Avenue]
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[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Cost Cutters (Challenger Ave.)]
[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Cost Cutters (Towers Mall)]
[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Cost Cutters (Brookside Plaza)]
[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Cost Cutters (Brambleton Ave.)]
[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Heads Up Salon]
[SUPER=04-Roanoke: Shear Perfection Salon]
[SUPER=04-Salem: Cost Cutters Family Hair Care]
[SUPER=04-Salem: Hair Designs Unlimited]
[SUPER=04-Salem: St. Pierre Salon]
[SUPER=04-Vinton: Cost Cutters Family Hair Care]
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Don't go away. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.

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If you can't make it to the beach, then why not bring the beach to you. We're showing you how
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in today's Decor and More.
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In sports, the competition for UVA's top spots is heating up. Mike Stevens explains.
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[roll cold out of the open] Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning -

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((DREW LEVINSON/REPORTING; I'M DREW LEVINSON IN FORT CHARLOTTE FLORIDA. TODAY IS CLEANUP DAY. HURRICANE CHARLEY ROARED THROUGH THIS AREA YESTERDAY. THAT STORY IS COMING UP.))
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The National Weather Service has confirmed that it WAS a tornado that tore through Danville Thursday night.
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Authorities who toured the area yesterday say the damage is consistent with an F-One tornado, that packed wind speeds from 73 to 112 miles per hour.
The storm.. which also contained straight line winds.. knocked down buildings, uprooted trees and disrupted power to thousands of people, but there were no serious injuries.
Now, city leaders are keeping an eye on the Dan River.
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((TODD YEATTS/DANVILLE ASST. CITY MANAGER: OBVIOUSLY, IT'S DEPENDENT ON MOTHER NATURE. THERE ARE THINGS WE CAN DO.. ...POTENTIALLY ANOTHER ONE.))
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Damages are expected to top one million dollars.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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Pulaski has dropped the water level at Hogan's Dam in advance of the storm. The Dam is on a state watchlist. That's because the nearly 90 year old structure is in danger of failing from a significant amount of rain in less than 24 hours. Town officials lowered the water level by about 8 feet as a precaution. Plans are already moving forward on designs to upgrade the dam. Fixing the spillway will cost an estimated 500-thousand dollars.
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A Franklin County church is gearing up to build a safe place for kids. We'll see what the driving force is behind their latest fundraiser coming up
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and
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monsterous icons from seperate comic-book franchises bring their fight to planet Earth. But can they win the battle for the box office? We'll take a look at Alien verses Predator in today's Movie Review.
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((Alien Vs. Predator (Twentieth Century Fox) Review by: Joel Sink
If you're a fan of the original two Alien films (three and four were crap) or the first Predator film (the second one was crap) go to see something else. If you've never seen any of the films from these two series you might enjoy this one, but only if your expectations are pretty low.
Lance Henriksen (Bishop from "Aliens") is Charles Weyland a wealthy entrepreneur. A satellite that his company owns spots a pyramid buried under the ice of Antarctica. He assembles a team of experts to explore and document the mysterious pyramid. Sanaa Lathan as Alexa Woods is the gutsy mountain climber who leads the team across the ice to the entrance to the pyramid. Raoul Bova is Sebastian de Rosa the linguistic expert who translates the hieroglyphics on the walls of the pyramid. When they arrive at the pyramid they discover that someone has already dug a tunnel down through the ice to the pyramids entrance. (There should have been a flashing neon sign over the entrance to the tunnel that reads "DANGER!") Once inside the pyramid they realize that they are not alone, they are in a tug of war between the "Predator" aliens and the "Alien" aliens. Choose your team and cheer for 'em.
"Alien" and "Aliens" are two of the best science fictions films ever made. Each of them has a unique feel, but each was an amazing film in it's own right. This film isn't anywhere close. They started loosing me when they ran across an abandoned whaling village in Antarctica dating from 1904. Um, wouldn't it be under about 30 feet of snow and ice after 100 years? When they get to the tunnel that has already been dug through the ice they don't really seem too concerned about it. "Who could have dug the tunnel?" "I don't know, lets just go down it." You have to just go blindly into this one
(I'm talking about the movie).


The acting's not bad, but not great either. The script was lame, Lame, LAME! The effects were pretty good, but without them there wouldn't be much to see here at all. We have, yet again, a movie where the star is the special effects. Special effects just aren't enough to carry a movie.
Joel's take 4 out of 10 Rated: PG-13 ))
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Henry County began its week with good economic news but ended it on a sour note.
Henry County Plywood Corporation has temporarily ceased production and laid-off personnel.
The company says employees may be recalled pending a potential sale.
It's unclear how many workers are affected but at one time the company hired more than 150 employees.

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More layoffs in Southside, but some jobs are on the way too. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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Another huge rounds of layoffs in Southside means hundreds more are out of work. This time, Dan River incorporated says it's closing its finishing and sheet sewing plant by October. 375 people will be laid off -- this latest round of cuts comes just two months after the company let 300 workers go.


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((CALVIN BARNHARDT/DAN RIVER INC. HR DIRECTOR: LET ME JUST STATE THAT RIGHT NOW WE HAVE NO OTHER PLANS FOR ANY OTHER PLANT CLOSINGS OR ANY OTHER MASS LAYOFFS AS WE'VE EXPERIENCED BACK IN JUNE AND THAT WE'RE ANNOUNCING TODAY. THE NEXT THING WE'RE PLANNING TO ANNOUNCE IS WHAT WE HAVE ANNOUNCED ALL ALONG, OUR PLAN AS OF THE END OF THE YEAR, SOMETIME AROUND THE END OF THE YEAR, IS TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY EMERGED FROM BANKRUPTCY.))
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Barnhardt says the company is still working on severance and benefits package for the laid off workers. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Hundreds of new jobs are on the way to Henry County. StarTek Incoroporated is opening a new technical support and customer care call center in Collinsville -- creating 500 positions over the next two and a half years. StarTek isn't new to the region. In March, it opened a call center in Lynchburg. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Metalsa Roanoke, Incorporated celebrated its grand opening. The 150 thousand square foot facility is part of a 25 million dollar expansion. Metalsa orignially planned to hire 70 new employees, but that number could reach 100 soon. The company makes heavy rail frames for Mack trucks. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Pulaski's new business park is about to get busy. An engineering firm and construction company is about to ink a deal to start building offices in the park. As part of the deal the companies will build an access road and extend water and sewer service into the site. The town hopes to have the first tenants up and running by next summer. For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))


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In sports, a local golf pro makes the PGA cut and the Av's finally fly over the Pelicans. Mike Stevens has more.
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Summer may be winding down, but a local car show is just getting revved up. Jennifer Wishon has more on an upcoming festival that's the driving force behind a new children's shelter in Franklin County.
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[IN Q=Good Morning, Penhook UMC]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Nelson Amos/Summer Festival Organizer; :23]
[SUPER=01-Pam Amos/Summer Festival Organizer; :53]

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[OUT Q=For News 7 Saturday Morning, I'm Jennifer Wishon]


((Sorry, Closed Captioning not available)) [joy toss to break]